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Bible Usage:


  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: Yes
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Naves Topical Index

Sent from God
Leviticus 14:34

As judgments
Psalms 107:17; Isaiah 3:17

Instances of:

Upon the Egyptians

Upon Nabal
1 Samuel 25:38

Upon David's child
2 Samuel 12:15

Upon Gehazi
2 Kings 5:27

Upon Jeroboam
2 Chronicles 13:20

Upon Jehoram
2 Chronicles 21:12-19

Upon Uzziah
2 Chronicles 26:17-20

Threatened as judgments
Leviticus 26:16; Deuteronomy 7:15; Deuteronomy 28:22; Deuteronomy 28:27-28; Deuteronomy 28:35; Deuteronomy 29:22

Healing of:

From God
Exodus 15:26; Exodus 23:25; Deuteronomy 7:15; 2 Chronicles 16:12; Psalms 103:3; Psalms 107:20

In answer to prayer:

Of Hezekiah
2 Kings 20:1-11; Isaiah 38:1-8

Of David
Psalms 21:4; Psalms 116:3-8

Miraculous healing of:

A sign to accompany the preaching of the word
Mark 16:18

Physicians employed for
2 Chronicles 16:12; Jeremiah 8:22; Matthew 9:12; Mark 5:26; Luke 4:23

Remedies used:

General references
Proverbs 17:22; Proverbs 20:30; Isaiah 38:21; Jeremiah 30:13; Jeremiah 46:11

2 Kings 20:7

Isaiah 1:6; Jeremiah 8:22

Luke 10:34

Of the sexual organs

General references
Luke 3:15; Leviticus 22:4; Numbers 5:2; Deuteronomy 23:10
Circumcision; Menstruation; Gonorrhea

Treatment of fractures
Ezekiel 30:21
Afflictions and Adversities

Psalms 38:7; Isaiah 1:6; Jeremiah 30:12

Various kinds of:
Abortion; Ague; Atrophy; Blain; Blemish; Blindness; Boil; Congestion; Consumption; Deafness; Demons; Dropsy; Dysentery; Dyspepsia; Epilepsy; Fever; Gonorrhea; Gout; Hemorrhage; Hemorrhoids; Insanity; Itch; Lameness; Leprosy; Murrain; Paralysis; Pestilence; Scab; Scall; Scurvy; Spermatorrhea; Stammering; Sunstroke; Tumor; Worm

Of the bowels

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISEASE, noun Dizeze. [dis and ease.]

1. In its primary sense, pain, uneasiness, distress, and so used by Spenser; but in this sense, obsolete.

2. The cause of pain or uneasiness; distemper; malady; sickness; disorder; any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action, without a disrupture of parts by violence, which is called a wound. The first effect of disease is uneasiness or pain, and the ultimate effect is death. A disease may affect the whole body, or a particular limb or part of the body. We say a diseased limb; a disease in the head or stomach; and such partial affection of the body is called a local or topical disease The word is also applied to the disorders of other animals, as well as to those of man; and to any derangement of the vegetative functions of plants.

The shafts of disease shoot across our path in such a variety of courses, that the atmosphere of human life is darkened by their number, and the escape of an individual becomes almost miraculous.

3. A disordered state of the mind or intellect, by which the reason is impaired.

4. In society, vice; corrupt state of morals. Vices are called moral diseases.

A wise man converses with the wicked, as a physician with the sick, not to catch the disease but to cure it.

5. Political or civil disorder, or vices in a state; any practice which tends to disturb the peace of society, or impede or prevent the regular administration of government.

The instability, injustice and confusion introduced into the public councils have, in truth, been the mortal diseases under which popular governments have every where perished.

DISEASE, verb transitive dizeze.

1. To interrupt or impair any or all the natural and regular functions of the several organs of a living body; to afflict with pain or sickness to make morbid; used chiefly in the passive participle, as a diseased body, a diseased stomach; but diseased may here be considered as an adjective.

2. To interrupt or render imperfect the regular functions of the brain, or of the intellect; to disorder; to derange.

3. To infect; to communicate disease to, by contagion.

4. To pain; to make uneasy.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISEASED, participle passive or adjective Dizezed. Disordered; distempered; sick.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISEASEDNESS, noun Dizezedness. The state of being diseased; a morbid state; sickness.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISEASEFUL, adjective Dizezeful.

1. Abounding with disease; producing diseases; as diseaseful climate.

2. Occasioning uneasiness.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISEASEMENT, noun Dizezement. Uneasiness; inconvenience.

Smith's Bible Dictionary